Niomi Pearson

Regional directors support rail plan

NANAIMO: RDN directors vote to recommend approval of a $945,000 grant-in-aid to the Island Corridor Foundation.

Tofino Bus seeks to expand service from Nanaimo

Greyhound's proposal to cut services has prompted Tofino Bus to apply for coverage from Nanaimo to Campbell River

Supreme Court dismisses action against Nanaimo Regional District

The B.C. Supreme Court dismissed a legal action filed against the Regional District of Nanaimo by an Electoral Area C resident

Metis culture to come alive at Georgia Avenue School

Nanaimo school district presents annual Metis Awareness Days November 14-15

Government business eats up MLAs’ travel budgets

NANAIMO: Three MLAs claim a combined total of $58,183 in travel expenses over a six-month period.

Nanaimo resident Art Lefever

REMEMBRANCE DAY: Veteran recounts storied career

NANAIMO: As a soldier, Art Lefever served overseas and in Canadian campaigns.

Nanaimo resident Art Lefever
Nanaimo Community Archives assistant Teri Smith with some of the pieces in the Leighton collection

REMEMBRANCE DAY: Leightons’ love preserved in archives

NANAIMO: Letters, documents show multiple perspectives of First World War

Nanaimo Community Archives assistant Teri Smith with some of the pieces in the Leighton collection

Island food producers get ready to grow

NANAIMO: Agri-food businesses given some food for thought during the Get Ready to Grow road show.

Voters share input on changes to riding boundaries

NANAIMO: B.C. Electoral Boundaries Commission prepares its final report on boundary changes

Nanaimo regional district releases rainwater capture guidebook

The Nanaimo Regional District aims to promote rainwater harvesting with a free guide on the subject

Moorecroft Regional Park plan in its final phase

The future of Nanoose Bay's Moorecroft Park is detailed in the Regional District of Nanaimo's management plan, to be approved January

Ceri Jakobsen

Clinic’s goal to improve quality of life

NANAIMO: Pain clinic has plenty of tools to help residents manage their pain

Ceri Jakobsen
Dennis Larabee and his crew of Halloween helpers are preparing to scare up some cash for Georgia Avenue Community School with a spooktacular walk-through event on Wednesday (Oct. 31).

Halloween house helps school

NANAIMO: Haunted houses prove to be spook-tactular this Halloween.

Dennis Larabee and his crew of Halloween helpers are preparing to scare up some cash for Georgia Avenue Community School with a spooktacular walk-through event on Wednesday (Oct. 31).

Nurses’ contract deals with workload, training

NANAIMO: Medical and psychiatric nurses benefit from a new provincial contract.

Park Avenue to celebrate 50 years of education

NANAIMO: Hundreds to gather to remember the last 50 years of Park Avenue School.

Jennifer Paloposki is eager to see the person responsible for wrapping her cat Nelly in duct tape and painter's tape twice this month brought to justice.

Police investigate cruelty to cat

NANAIMO: RCMP are on the hunt for those involved in several cat duct taping incidents since September.

Jennifer Paloposki is eager to see the person responsible for wrapping her cat Nelly in duct tape and painter's tape twice this month brought to justice.
Child psychologist Dr. Laura Mills

New services available to children

NANAIMO: The Vancouver Island Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect program held its grand opening last week.

Child psychologist Dr. Laura Mills

Airport ‘emergency’ a success

NANAIMO: All systems are go at the Nanaimo Airport after its emergency preparedness was put to the test.

VIHA announces new 130-bed seniors care facility

NANAIMO – Travellers Lodge, in partnership with the Vancouver Island Health Authority team up to provide a new facility for dementia care